Elections 2018: Initiative 1631 on Pollution and Clean Energy – KBCS Report

KBCS’s Elections 2018 coverage turns to Initiative 1631, focusing on pollution and clean energy. The measure would charge pollution fees on sources of green house gas pollutants and use the revenue to reduce pollution, promote clean energy, and address climate impacts under oversight of a public board.


BC to Hold Information Night for the Latino Community

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On October 24, Bellevue College (BC) will hold Noche Latinx!, a free college information session geared for the Latino community. Attendees will learn more about BC’s academic programs, how to pay for a college education, support programs offered by the college and unique opportunities for undocumented students. The event was developed by BC’s Undocumented Student …more about BC to Hold Information Night for the Latino Community



Unmute the Commute: Ancient Highways – KBCS Report

We explore our region’s original commutes along the water highways of the Salish Sea and Pacific Coast. Featuring: Quileute Canoe Leader, Sunny Woodruff + United Nations for All Tribes Foundation Board Chair and Makah tribal member, Jeff Smith.


Bellevue College Awarded $300,000 Grant to Help Address Sexual Violence

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Bellevue College (BC) was recently awarded a $300,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) to help address sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking. BC was one of 57 academic institutions to receive a grant under the OVW’s campus program. The grant will help develop a framework …more about Bellevue College Awarded $300,000 Grant to Help Address Sexual Violence


BC baseball to host NWAC Showcase

Bellevue College baseball will host the NWAC Showcase on Saturday, Sept. 22. The one-day event will begin at approximately 8:45 a.m. at Courter Field on the BC campus. The event features the top recruitable prospects for both professional scouts and four-year college coaches.


BC’s Dr. Jillene Grover Seiver Weighs in on Multitasking

Dr. Jill Seiver

If you love to spend your free time playing Fortnite or trying your hand at the newest gaming app, then you just might be training your brain to multitask more effectively, according to Dr. Jillene Grover Seiver, a senior lecturer at Bellevue College who researches memory and decision-making.